All Professional Baseball Statistics for Keston Hiura. Keston Hiura. Positions: Second Baseman and Designated Hitter Bats: Right • Throws: Right 5-11, 190lb (180cm, 86kg) . Team: Milwaukee Brewers (minors) Born: August 2, 1996 in Valencia, CA us Draft: Drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 1st round (9th) of the 2017 MLB June Amateur Draft from University of California, Irvine (Irvine, CA).
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Keston Wee Hing Natsuo Hiura (born August 2, 1996) is an American professional baseball second baseman for the Milwaukee Brewers of Major League Baseball (MLB).
Keston Hiura Stats, Fantasy & News. Graduated from Valencia (CA) High School and attended the University of California-Irvine...His .442 batting average (a program record) and .567 on-base percentage as a junior last season led the nation (56g, .442, 8hr, 42rbi)...Was named 2017 Big West Field Player of the Year and First-Team All-Big West as he led the conference in batting average (.442), on ...
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#Brewers ' hitting machine Keston Hiura is the 2018 @MLBazFallLeague MVP after hitting .323 with 5 homers and a league-leading 33 RBIs in 23 games.
12:34pm: Hiura’s promotion is official, along with the corresponding moves to open roster space. 9:33am: The Brewers will promote exciting second base prospect Keston Hiura, according to Robert ...
Hiura is 19-for-64 (.297) with four home runs, six doubles, 12 RBI and a 1:24 BB:K through 17 games with Triple-A San Antonio.. Hiura is hitting a ton in his first stop at the Triple-A level, but ...
Agreed, also. Aguillar could start mashing like he did last year, though so far this season, he's done very little to inspire confidence. Just want people to realize that both of these guys are potential phenoms, and one is just a bit safer than the other if you're in a deep league, and have to choose between the two.
Travis Shaw's struggles at the plate have frustrated Brewers fans all season. But if they look on the bright side, it has opened the door for top prospect Keston Hiura to make his MLB debut.